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First Look: Endura Women’s FS260-Pro bibshorts

New women-specific bib-shorts from Endura

When it comes to cycling shorts, most cyclists agree that bib versions offer the most comfortable fit – yet the majority of women still ride in non-bib shorts because the available bibshorts offer does not meet their specific needs.

With this in mind, Endura has now developed the brand-new Wms FS260-Pro Bibshorts DS – its discreet and functional drop-seat (DS) zipped construction on thighs allows access for comfort breaks without having to fumble about with the bib straps, saving time and effort and allowing you to keep up with the guys.

These bibshorts are a must-have for any competitive female cyclist. The zip is integrated into the seam line of the thighs that leads all the way around the back.

This means that you don’t see the zip, apart from the small zip pullers, because it looks like a regular seam – a neat, clean, discrete solution!

During comfort breaks, the zip can easily be opened all the way around the lower back, without having to take off the bib straps, and without having to remove any clothing layers.

The lightweight mesh upper bibs with high-cut back and Lycra bound armholes leads the straps down the side of the torso for maximum comfort on the female form.

The broad silicone hem gripper prevents unsightly over-compression on the thigh while keeping the shorts from riding up.

Made out of a performance supportive stretch fabric with durable exterior and fast wicking inner, the Wms FS260-Pro Bibshorts DS feature the Wms 600-Series stretch gel pad and selectively flatlocked seams for ultimate comfort.

Wms FS260-Pro Bibshorts

Colour: Black

Sizes: XS-L

RRP: £69.99

Web: www.endura.co.uk

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Matt is a regular contributor to 220 Triathlon, having joined the magazine in 2008. He’s raced everything from super-sprint to Ironman, duathlons and off-road triathlons, and can regularly be seen on the roads and trails around Bristol. Matt is the author of Triathlon! from Aurum Press and is now the editor of Cycling Plus magazine.